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The new tax reform law, known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, was signed by President Trump on December 22, 2017. It represents the most sweeping rewrite of federal tax code in more than 30 years. Visit our dedicated tax reform page to learn more about implications for you and your business.

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Learn how Oregon’s proposed new tax—at a rate of 0.57% on taxable receipts less than deductions above $1 million that—will affect businesses.

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In April 2019, The US Tax Court emphasized the importance of documentation for R&D credits, reversing credits granted to Siemer Milling Company.

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The 2019 Washington State Legislative Session introduced excise tax changes, business and operations tax increases, and other revisions. Discover new rates and effective dates.

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Cost containment continues to be a priority for self-funded health plans as organizations look for ways to protect plan assets and ensure funds aren’t lost due to improperly paid claims. To stay current, listen to our on-demand webcast on best practices.

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Determining Automatic Exchange of Information (AEOI) reporting requirements under the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) and the Common Reporting Standard (CRS) can be complicated and confusing—but it doesn’t need to be. Join us for a webcast addressing the basics o...

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Washington taxpayers who participated in the state’s tax incentive programs are required to file an Annual Tax Performance Report by May 31.

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The Federal Reserve shifted to a patient wait-and-see stance heading into 2019. Review market trends for Q1 and learn how they may affect your investments.

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Increased attention is being placed on larger institutions’ internal control over financial reporting (ICFR) due to heightened interest in controls.

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The best way to prevent vulnerabilities is defensive coding, but a lack of developer training and a reactive development program make this difficult.

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The sale of foreign-use property and services will likely require detailed documentation to sustain the FDII deduction.

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(AHIA New Perspectives) Organizations can achieve operational improvements by consistently monitoring and auditing their revenue integrity program.

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This 2019 first-quarter update covers some of the most important issues for companies in the technology, communication and media, and life sciences industries.

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Was your company among the 300,000 US businesses notified about its enterprise resource planning (ERP) system’s approaching end of life? Is a service provider offering to transition your company to a new ERP system even though you’re content with your current software? In eith...

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Proposed regulations under Section 250 provide a deduction for individuals with GILTI income if they make a Section 962 election.

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The aerospace and defense industrial complex is frequently targeted by threat actors hoping to steal sensitive technology. However, there are steps your company can take to prevent or lessen the impact of security breaches. Join us for a webcast addressing methods for strength...

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Tax reform provides several tax-planning opportunities for winery and vineyard companies. Learn about the biggest changes and how they affect your business.

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The IRS announced it intends to issue proposed regulations clarifying unrelated business taxable income from qualified transportation fringe benefits. Get the details.

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Application vulnerabilities are now the most common cause of data breaches. Security code reviews can help find them and protect sensitive client information.

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A new Clean Energy Surcharge tax could have significant implications for businesses in Portland, Oregon. Discover details and effective dates.

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With companies turning to stock options to compensate their employees and personal tax rates on the rise, understanding how they’re taxed is critical.

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